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>> jeff: gas prices in california push beyond the record set only yesterday. john blackstone on where it goes from here. 30 days away, the president is campaigning for more cash following a huge haul in september. nancy cordes is in los angeles. a hospital that wants to make house calls. >> take a deep breath n and hout. >> jeff: good for patients and the bottom line. then the man about to jump from 23 miles up. a freefall to break the sound barrier. >> this step not unknown that is why i'm nervous. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> jeff: good evening, everyone, i'm jeff glor. the price of gas in california set another all-time high overnight. the state average at $4.66 cents a gallon breaking the old record set just yesterday. the national average now a full 85 cents less. with more on why this rise continues and what happens next, here's john blackstone. >> reporter: for california drivers sunday brought yet another jump in gas prices. the statewide average up a nickel overnight to almost $4.66 a gallon. it has happened every day for the past we
>> jeff: tonight shooting in wisconsin. a gunman kills at least three near a shopping mall and plants an improvised explosive device. anna werner has the latest. the last debate w both presidential candidates deep in preparation for tomorrow night, new totals show that 2012 run for the white house will cost more than $1 billion. jan crawford is in boca raton, florida. >> i accept your nomination way full and grateful heart. >> jeff: former presidential candidate and leading liberal democrat george mcgovern dies at the average 90. bob orr has a look back. and fighting back, tony guida shows us a boxer's return to the ring doctors said he would never fight again. >> they told me i could never box. they tolted me i wouldn't walk proper. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> good evening, everyone, i'm jeff glor, for the second time in less than three months there's been a deadly mass shooting in southern wisconsin. it happened at a spa in the milwaukee suburb of brookfield. at least four people are dead, including the shooter. an improvised bomb has be
>> jeff: tonight, high drama: skydiver felix baumgartner jumped from 24 miles up and landed safely. mark strassmann on the extraordinary ten-minute flight. >> i think the most exciting moment was when i was standing outside on top of the world. >> jeff: he served 30 years in the senate and was rarely out of the spotlight. sharyl attkisson with a look back at the life of arlen spector, who died today. election day is about more than just the presidency; in three states, a chance to vote on the recreational use of marijuana. barry petersen reports. and shuttle "endeavour," a late arrival at its new home. ben tracy on the slow crawl through the streets of los angeles. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> jeff: and good evening, everyone, i'm jeff glor. in the sky over new mexico today a man jumped from 24 miles up and broke the sound barrier on the way down. a first. felix baumgartner broke that barrier by more than 100 miles an hour. then landed with ease. with details here's mark strassmann. >> felix baumgartner climbed into the strat sphere more than 24 mi
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: you look like you're in some pain, jeff. i'm fine. are you? yeah. look, i told you guys why i was at that house. tripp: yeah, well, i can't wait to hear the magical tale of how your kidney landed in another man's body. caine: you sold your kidney to dr. phelps, didn't you, jeff? you're wrong. take your shirt up. lift it up, jeff. now, that really doesn't look too good. dropped a staple in the attic, didn't you, sport? he told me everything was gonna be fine, okay? don't worry. what's that for? why the hell'd you agree to something like that in the first place? you want to know why? because the housing market is a disaster. i racked up a lot of debt over the past year, okay? i went to give plasma, you know what i got? i got 30 dollars. so a man came up to me while i was in line, and he said i could save a life and make some money. now, we needed that money to keep going. there's this little innocent boy that's in desperate need of a kidney. it just so happens he's the same blood type as you. no, no, thanks. sir, that boy will die without your help. we have a world-class surgeon
else is which you just mentioned to doug, what it means to the economy. we have jeff flock in illinois. jeff? jeff: looking at your grocery orders, yes better than expected retail sales. i'm in a distribution center, passive facility -- massive facility outside chicago. you know it is not possible to go to a virtual supermarket on the l platform or train platform in the morning, how can you do that? stay tuned, and i will explain it to you. stay tuned. we have big dreams. one is for a clean, domestic energy future at puts us in control. our abundant natural gas is already saving us money, producing cleaner electricity, putting us to work here in america and supporting wind and solar. though all energy development comes with some risk, we're committed to safely and responsibly producing natural gas. it's not a dream. america's natural gas... putting us in control of our energy future, now. >> hi everyone i have your fox business brief. shares of eli lilly are jumping after some positive results from its late stage study of gastric cancer treatment. the doug company say -- the drug when
and. >> host: you talk about the story of jeff and his parents kevin and joyce in western massachusetts. i remember meeting them, two democratic conventions ago in boston. that is when they first, right around the time that they first brought their son because he didn't commit suicide on the battlefield of iraq or afghanistan but once he came home. >> there's a there is a whole other issue when veterans come home. they have to readjust. they miss their buddies. they come home numb because you have to be working constantly in combat or go you can never allow yourself any time and there is no time for morning. one that told me they had some anime fatalities, tuesdays and fridays was -- so you are non-man you don't have time to mourn when you loose a buddy or trying to feel terrible when you see children -- the dead bodies of children or a time to feel anger and for me, there is a tremendous intertwining of anger and grief which people don't realize and if you are in the military culture, anger is more acceptable than sorrow. you're not supposed to feel sad. we don't mean hav
evening, i'm jeff glor. hurricane sandy is roughly 400 miles off north carolina tonight threatening up to 60 million on the east coast. here is the latest: 65 people across the caribbean are dead. airlines have canceled more than 6,000 flights. amtrak has canceled all trains along the northeast corridor monday. hundreds of thousands are evacuating coastal areas. ten states have declared a state of emergency. we have a team of correspondents tracking the storm tonight and we begin with our hurricane consultant david bernard at wfor in miami. david, parts of the coast already seeing the effects of sandy. what happens over the next 24 hours? >> reporter: jeff, it's a big storm and when we take a look at the clouds and radar together, they have been getting hammered in eastern north carolina and virginia, with big rains across the coast causing plenty of flooding. that is just the beginning of the rain and just the beginning of the wind. tonight the tropical storm force winds along the coastline, and by tomorrow morning they'll about spreading along the entire northeastern coast with the h
, scientist greg jones, meteorologist jeff masters and writer and activist bill mckibben on the connection between global warming and hurricanes. >> the basic physical property here is the warm air holes or water vapor than cold. you can get stronger storms. the atmosphere is about 4% 12 than it was four years ago. that is an enormous change. it loads the dice for drought and they lose and downpour and flood. that is what we're seeing all over the planet. >> we will go to haiti where hurricane sandy killed at least 50 people, devastating parts of the country still recovering from the 2010 earthquake. and we will look at the storm's impact on the nuclear industry. at least 16 nuclear plants are in the path of this unprecedented storm. all of that and more coming up. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. we are broadcasting from medford, oregon. much of the east coast is shut down today as residents brace for hurricane sandy, a massive storm that could be the most powerful to hit the united states in decades. hundreds of thousands of people ha
shopping and watch tv. >> host: you talk about the story of jeff lucy and his parents, kevin and joyce, in western massachusetts. i remember meeting them, um, oh, it was two democratic conventions ago in boston. that's when they first -- right around the time that they first lost their son. because he didn't commit suicide on the battlefields of iraq or afghanistan. >> guest: no. >> host: but when he came home. >> guest: that's a whole other issue is when veterans come home. um -- >> host: they have to readjust, they miss their buddies. >> guest: they come home numb because you have to be working constantly in combat. you can never allow yourself any time, and is there any time for mourning? one vet told me that they had so many fatalities that instead of having a service every time, it was tuesdays and fridays with a bunch of -- so you're numb, and you don't have time to mourn when you lose a buddy or time to feel terrible when you've seen children, dead bodies of children, or a time to feel anger. and for me there's a tremendous intertwining of anger and grief which people don't real
? jeff cleveland a senior economist with paid den regal. he says no. lance robinson, senior economist at street advisors. he disagrees. thank you both for being here. jeff, i want to start with you because i do think you get an economic boom from all this. for example, last weekend as the storm was coming in i went into stores all over the new york area trying to get flashlights, batteries, water, the shelves were picked clean. people were fighting over stuff and buying things they wouldn't normally buy. how is that not a boost to the economy? >> you know, melissa it comes down to focusing on what is seen, all the purchases that people make, and ignoring what is not seen, and in this case, it would be what you would have spent that money on otherwise. so i think a lot of analysts that put forth spending figure for the impact of the storm ignore the counter factual, what they would have spent that money on if they didn't have to go down to the store and gobble up all the bat remember is off the -- batteries off the shelf that is the real problem here. melissa: lance, i don't know, do y
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. let's get to jeff ranieri, checking the hotspots, and as we head toward this weekend. >> it's wild and wacky out here. numbers about 20 degrees above average for a lot of the bay area. not only a new record in oakland but also santa rosa, topping out at 90. napa a new record at 87. heyward and concord. now, let's get a look at santa rosa. we shattered the old record of 84 set back in 2001. i just began to show you how unusual it is to get this kind of weather this time of year. we are going to be undergoing at least the start of some changes for friday. we'll start with plenty of low to mid-60s. then by the afternoon hours, temperatures will go up, but not nearly as hot as we had for today. by the 1:00 p.m. hour, we're expecting low to mid-70s across the east and the south bay. that's a lot better for you. take a look at this, we're tracking major changes in the seven-day forecast, one of the strongest, widespread systems we will have seen in months looks to impact us next week. >> thanks so much, jeff. a heated court battle led to the release of thousands of files today from the b
coming our way. >> they are also relying upon you to protect yourself. jeff hager is standing by live in carny with more on what they are recommending. jeff? >> reporter: if you have been running out today or in previous days to stores like the home depot, getting essentials, flosh lights and battery -- flashlights and batteries. you have been doing what emergency managers suggest you should do. be prepared. for those living along the chesapeake, those with boat tons water, another level of preparation has been going on all day and will continue in to the weekend. they have seen the boats, the flooded homes, before. those of us who are landlocked have plenty to get ready for with sandy. >> be prepared to be without power for a long period of time. no one likes that scenario, but if trees start coming down, which is quite likely, we have to be realistic, homes and businesses, maybe without power, for a period of days. a number of days. >> reporter: of course you remember the frustration surrounding irene, the executive addressed that today, he has received ainsurances that the -- assur
"flipping out." for jeff lewis it's all about remodeling homes, flipping home, in fact, america's most well-known house flipper. this season on "flipping out" there's a breakout star. her name is lisa g. >> i am not raising the [ bleep ] budget. >> lisa is very influential. you do not want something like that not liking you. >> i get my hands dirty. >> lisa gregorisch-dempsey, senior producer of the entertainment magazine "extra." >> i can't believe how much she got for $300,000. i cannot believe t. ooh, you're the best writer ever. >> her outspoken personality, her ability to tell it like it is has america talking. >> i'm going to guess it's probably going to be $17,000 to finish phase one. but -- >> that is not a good sign when you just throw the glasses. >> lisa hired jeff lou toewis t remodel her home. this is the moment she see what's jeff and his team have done. [ laughter ] >> oh! >> ouch. >> i don't think laughter is what you want upon arrival. >> what am i? the farmer's daughter? what is that. >> it was really only about that big, giant bowl of vegetables sitening 0 the kitchen cou
storm. it is historic for many reasons. particularly the damage it's done. let's go to jeff flock. he's in point pleasant beach new jersey -- new jersey. i'm wondering if the homeowners are coming back to their houses now and trying to assess the damage. jeff: just talked to a couple of people. people have been waiting in and out. there's a guy down there in boots. some people have waded through in bare feet, believe it or not. i talked to one guy who came in in a boat, rode in a boat and surveyed his house, rode back out. there's no other way to get in. they have cut off access. in fact we can't get out. jimmy, spin around and show them our truck, if you would. those are our trucks that we use to transmit our signal if jimmy plans more to the left, you see the sand in the road. look at that sand. number of folks have gotten stuck in there. we can't get out to the main road because there's so much sand in the city treats. that is going to have to be moved. -- in the city streets. that is going to have to be moved. there's a lot of work to do. liz: the sand is down 2 blocks. >> more th
and jeff flock shall in us how investors are cashing in on housing and if you know jeff you know he is really show you. jeff: i will introduce you to a man who has wall street knocking his door down and telling them to get out because he knows how to make money in real estate. we will tell you how to make money when we come baak. just a second. 4g lte is the fastest. so, which supeast 4g lte service would yochoose, based on this chart ? don't rush into , i'm not looking for the fastest answer. obviously vezon. okay, i have a different chart. going that way, does that make a difference ? look at verizon. it's so much more thanan the other ones. what if we just changed the format altogether ? isn't that the exact same thing ? it's pretty clear. still sticking with verizon. verizon. more 4g lte verage than all other networks combined. s. liz: we have big losses on wall street today. maybe real estate, the to invest possibly? existing home sales falling from a two-year high last month. there is one growing trend that's a positive sign. david: jeff flock in south holland, illinois, with
will be shut down tomorrow. across the bay area, parks and fire departments on high alert. jeff ranieri tracking some of the hottest spots. jeff? >> no doubt right now we are near and approaching some widespread record-setting temperatures across the east bay. you're feeling it the most back in the tri-valley with current numbers from 97 in walnut creek to 97 in daniel and 99 in livermore. numbers have started to go down slightly from the peak today where we did top out at 103 in gilroy. 102 in walnut creek, and 100 in livermore. let's take you live outside of the hd sky camera network. we do have some blue skies in san jose. the winds trying to shift a little bit more to an onshore flow as keeping some of the haze down. but that air quality is suffering. as we get you back to the weather boards, heat is going to stay with us for tuesday that will keep that fire danger up there. a few 100s expected. but a cool wind will develop over the next 48 hours so. so that is going to improve our air quality a little bit for the east and also the south bay. we're going to talk more about all of th
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was not enough supply out there. fewer homes were available to buy. connell: let's go to jeff flock. he is in illinois today. jeff: when you get the guys on wall street involved, that is your best reaction that housing is recovering. i want to talk to eric workman who is the vice president of the mac companies. they process homes, buy homes for investors. you used to sell them to guys like me, now you are selling them to wall street. >> that is correct. investors come into this market in a big way. you have a bearing degree of whether or not institutions want to do this. jeff: some people say i did not know what i am doing here. let's have some in with the expertise to it. we have someone who finished the basement. new systems. you can still buy these homes at distressed prices. turn them around and make a profit for investors. >> that is correct. we buy properties typically in the 50-$60,000 range. they require a lot of work. it into being in the neighborhood of 40-$50,000 ourselves. once the property has been redeveloped, the value is in the neighbor of 100-$150,000. jeff: that is a n
to change. lets bring in jeff ranieri for more on that and the rain headed our way. >> that's right. we're going to see things shift over the next 36 to 72 hours. dry roads as we saw in lake tahoe. as the radar scans around, there's a winter storm watch posted here up across the sierra. no rainfall from the north bay down to the south bay. let's get a look. as we head throughout sunday night, also into monday, this winter storm watch could bring us 6 to 12 inches of snow up above 5500 feet and then for the bay area, what we're going to look at is a system developing off shore. it's not going to impact your entire weekend. but we're looking at drastically different weather, especially from sunday into wednesday of next week. with this developing storm, we'll have widespread rain. 60-degree temperatures and as we mentioned, that sierra snow. how much rainfall could we get? it's not going to be flooding rains next week but about a tenth of an inch to a half inch. maybe isolated thunderstorms. 6 to 12 inches. we'll also find areas of gusty winds associated with several different waves of en
in the green. we are watching closely. when we come that we are taking you to the cme. jeff flock is there. nicole petallides on the floor of the stock exchange. they're working to breakdown day's biggest movers for you. that storm is brewing. what is it doing to impact commodities? whether it is the grains or precious-metals or the energy complex? jeff flock has his eyes on that with the storm's impact. tracy: power mover of the hours good year. investors hitting the brakes after weak third quarter earnings came out and you see a big drop after bouncing around in the earlier part of the week. revenues are down 13% from last year following $600 million short of estimates. the company blaming weak european sales. the stock has been one of the biggest decliners on the s&p 500. here are the dow jones industrials. we are positive and seeing green on the screen for all three indices. diaz and the and the dow on track to finish the week down. we are keeping track of the market moves. nicole petallides and jeff flock at the cme in chicago. you are watching shares of citigroup. one of the top anal
talk about the story of jeff lucy and his parents, kevin and joyce in western massachusetts. i remember meeting them -- oh, it was two democratic conventions ago in boston. that's when they first write around the time that they first lost their son because he didn't commit suicide on the battlefield of iraq or afghanistan, but when he came home. >> guest: that's a whole other issues is when veterans come home. they have to readust. they miss their dud -- buddies. they come home numb. you work constantly in combat. you never allow yourself time. is there time for mourning? one vet said they had so many fatalities rather than having a service every time, it was tuesday and fridays. you're numb. you don't have time to mourn when you lose a buddy or time to feel terrible when you see children, dead bodies of children, or a time to feel anger, and for me, there's a tremendous intertwaining of anger and grief which people don't realize, and if you're in the military culture, anger is more acceptable than sorrow. you're not supposed to feel sad. we don't even have the word "sad" -- we get depr
>> jeff: tonight three d make final preparations for the romney make final >> glor: tonight three days to go. president obama and mitt romney make final preparations for the first presidential debate. nancy cordes is on the trail if las vegas. >> i was a steelworker for 30 years. >> glor: sick of political ads? barry petersen in california reports on a referendum trying to limit them. mandarin chinese, the world's most spoken language now required in one american school district. mark strassman goes to class. >> what is the word for hello? >> niho. >> glor: and fighting chance, a decorated combat veteran overcomes his battle scars, fulfilling a dream on the football field. >> i didn't die that day on october 3rd, because i was meant to do something more in my life. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> glor: and good evening, everyone, i'm jeff glor. after months arguing from a distance president obama and mitt romney meet face-to-face on wednesday. their first debate is scheduled for denver. 90 minutes focusing on domestic issues. nancy cordes is on the c
right to chief meteorologist jeff ranieri. there are two more storms coming our way. lots of raincoats out there today, jeff. >> much needed activity here across the bay area. it's been months since we've seen anything close to this here across california. and it was wild here throughout the morning commute. you can see some of that rain that slammed us here across the bay area. what we found some of the heaviest rainfall up into the north bay with santa rosa over 1 inch. and anywhere from san francisco southward into parts of the east bay, about a quarter to a half inch. in the south bay, getting quite a bit less with.11. it was also very gusty today. the top wind gusts coming in san francisco at 59 miles per hour. so let's get a current look at the radar. what we are finding here that loops around is some showers starting to develop to the north. that's part of this second system we're going to be following for tonight. this will gradually push rain down into the san francisco peninsula. and of course, the giants have their game for tonight. so anyone heading out that way will want t
is back with its family, we'll tell you where the puppy was found next 37. >>> good afternoon, i'm jeff ranieri, live in san francisco right on the bay, in the epicenter of all the action. we have america's cup world series on the water right now. up above, fleet week fighter jets at 400 miles per hour. we'll highlight your weekend event and your ever changing forecast in a few minutes. here you go little man. [ humming ] [ babbling ] the cheerios bandit got you again? [ both laugh ] ♪ the one and only, cheerios ...and now... you! [ giggles ] ♪ the one and only, cheerios >>> thank you to everybody who made this happen. >> miko is back. the stolen puppy back home in south san jose and reunited with a 10-year-old girl who loves him so much. the yorkie mix was taken in a burglary monday afternoon. the puppy was found in a walmart parking lot by a woman who recognized him from yesterday's news conference. >> when a community stands together and good people do this, great things can happen, absolutely. you made an amazing ending. i couldn't ask for anything better. >> the girl had a hug
officials expect growth to stall in nearly every major country over the next few years. let's go now to jeff cutmore with more on this story. good morning. >> hey, good morning to you. this is the bleakest assessment from the imf since 2009 and a special word reserve for europe and the united states. in europe's case, it was a question of get your act together, guys. for the united states, you got to deal with the fiscal cliff, the imf saying that combination of tax hikes and spending cuts could lock 4% of gdp growth in 2013. a message from our friends at the imf. back to you. >> also, i want to ask you about this story. "the wall street journal" reporting this morning, goldman sachsm turning their back on president obama. is this a trend an wall street this time around? >> this is a fascinating story. this is a real about turn. apparently two-thirds of -- or possibly three quarters even of goldman sachs employees were supporting financially president obama going into that campaign where he was initially elected. this time around, it appears that 70% are putting their money behind mitt romne
to jeff ranieri. >> a few areas of showers luckily. mainly off to the south of the coliseum. we are going to show you where it is currently getting wet, and it's mainly down across the south bay. as we loop this around, it's not heavy rain, it's mainly from san jose down to morgan hill in the highway 101 corridor. should be lasting for the next three to four hours. very sporadic in nature, not expecting anything like what we had yesterday. overall, it shows it's contained to the south bay, as we get you into the coliseum, you'll find dry weather here on the radar right now. we cannot call it totally dry for the game tonight. looks like there will be enough low and mid level moisture for drizzle coming in. not expecting any heavy rain, we cannot rule out a few raindrops. the next system ahead is lining up offshore, we're going to have full details on how this is going to impact parts of your weekend forecast coming up in a few. >>> the family of mikayla garret is on pins and needles tonight as they wait to find out if the 9-year-old who disappeared 24 years ago was the victim of a pair of
maintaining public safety. >> hello, folks. my name is jeff, founder of public works. i love good food, music and art, creativity in general. i tried to reflect that in the venue. by booking manager had an opportunity in lake tahoe. i love san francisco and the diversity here. i find that when you operate a venue and it is diverse and has a variety of things going on, there is a certain openness. when it is open to all the folks in the city, problems of violence and things like that do not tend to come along. thank you. >> thank you. i love my panel. in the producer of the largest fetish event next year. thank you, from the. [laughter] i wanted to start with you, jeffrey. this is a big thing of mine. everyone says that they love good food and music. i love a good cocktail. obviously, that is part and parcel of the issue that came up around all ages, 21 and over. other than looking great entertainment on the stage, how do you plan to make sure the or patrons have a great experience? aside from what they are seeing, maybe? >> it is artistic. right off the bat, when you enter a club, the first c
's share price has hardly changed since 2009. financial analysts weighed in: jeff harte at sandler o'neill said "this is more the board reacting to the share price and wanting a more hands-on manager in the ceo position." anthony polini of raymond james said, "vikram has some regulatory baggage for whatever reason, they had disagreements." but analysts say the biggest clash was between pandit and the turnaround specialists who became citigroup's new board of directors - in particular, chairman michael o'neill. "we actually hold the board in high regard. it could be that the board wanted to go in one direction and pandit wanted another way and it wasn't going to be resolved without pandit and his top lieutenant leaving." pandit's successor is mike corbat, who heads citigroup's operations in europe, the middle east and africa. "from my perspective the focus on international will continue. another positive is that he's familiar with citi holdings, which holds the bad assets. good to have someone familiar with it in the lead role." in the post-financial crisis, analysts say the citigroup
. scott, what is happening right now that we're under this rain delay? >> well, jeff, you pretty much summed it up. the rain has been coming down in buckets consistently for it looks like a better part of an hour now. but as you said, all indications are that within the next 15 or 20 minutes, the system is going to be roll right through here and be gone. we may not see another drop the rest of the night. that's the good news. we'll get back to baseball hopefully within the hour. the not so good news when we do get back to it, the giants find themselves down 3-1 bottom of the seventh and scotland yardnals are still batting with runners on second and third. and matt cain was pulled just prior to the rain delay. so his night is done regardless. giants have to mount a comeback or else they'll face a deficit. weather permitting, during the 6:00 newscast, and certainly at 11:00. for now live in st. louis, i'm scott reiss for nbc bay area news. raj, let's get it back to you. >> okay, thank you, scott. >>> from baseball we turn our attention to politics, decision 2012. did you hear about the
with me tonight are members of the project team, paul kenyon are project managers, jeff maddox, my colleague and also technical expert, allison kidd. all will be available to answer any questions you might have. unfortunately the fentons could not be here tonight because they agreed to postpone from hearing from mid-september to mid-october at the appellant's request. dear members of the board, my wife, laura and i live with our two small children at 2705 larkin street. as you may know, we have proposed to remodel our home to make it child friendly and to better accommodate the needs of our growing family and that remodel is the subject of tonight's appeal. it has always been our intention that the remodel be in keeping with the neighborhood. in fact, the remodel complies with the planning code and we did not seek or require any variances. unfortunately laura and i are not able to be present today to discuss with you the appeal of our building permits. as you may recall, this hearing was originally scheduled for october 19th but we agreed to postpone it in recognition of our n
and fourth floor. and that is done as one unit. another item, we have had jeff over to the fourth floor on the south side to that large, large patio which you have pictures of. we have had him over twice. once at the pre-application meeting for the first application which was in november of '11 and again in july of '12 when we revised the plan with the large angled setback, okay. at that time jeff told us that an acceptable plan for him -- jeff larson -- was that only build on the west half of that fourth floor patio. so we would expect we would have to take 235 foot frontage and cut it in half and only build on the webster side. we didn't think that was acceptable, okay. so, that was number one. number two is yes we have had code violations. we got a clearance report, by the way. i don't have a copy of it, but it is on file with joe [speaker not understood] with the sfdph, okay, total clearance support. we had a certified inspector come out and clear it
does come ashore, everybody needs to make sure they andnary family are ready for this. >> jeff hager is standing by live in carny with more on how people and emergency managers are getting ready for sandy. >> reporter: as with any storm the rush is on. a flood of people coming to the home depot store along pairing parkway, a lot of them are going for the smaller items like flashlights, batteries and shovels, also, some of the bigger items, pallets of sandbags, play type coming out along with plywood and generators , the stakes are higher when you are preparing for a hurricane. ken is trying to beat the rush, the rush to get his boat out of the chesapeake bay ahead of hurricane sandy, he learned his lesson nine years ago. >> isabelle, we didn't think anything was going to happen. it was fine until 1:00 in the morning. woke up the next morning, everything was under water. >> reporter: ray morrison, no longer wait until the storm is upon him, choosing to prepare for almost anything. >> identify heard snow, high winds is what i'm most concerned about. i don't know what the rain, how much
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. >> that is good news. >> we are not getting water, but the winds are of course picking up. jeff hager is out in the elements. i joined him one occasion. it looks like it is heavier now, jeff. >> reporter: kelly, in the last 15 minutes or so, sandy sort of showing her mixed bag of trainings here. as you look at the leaves now, it looks like it is misting. intermittently in the last few minutes we've seen some of the rain driving side to side and gusts probably up to around 30, 35. not to overstate it. nothing like the 65 or 70 they might be calling for in the northern counties of maryland. most of the people are off the road. probably a good thing. hunker down for the night. in the morning, the width and extent of the storm and how it will continue, how we have the back half of it to come with all kinds of peculiar tees, you know how it is going to behave. do not go out. the gusts can make it dangerous for you on the roads. that's it for here, back to you. >> thank you, jeff. let's check out roosevelt. she is all over harper counties checking out the conditions for this evening and this after
the law to allow for same sex marriage. and it headlinee a fox 45 town hall meeting llst night.... jeff abell is here with the fireworks, jeff.... it wassa pirited debate..... over what has devisive issues thii tate has ever seen. seen. (23:36:15) "we have a fundatental difference here...." at the fox 455 studio....a crowd of voterss llgalize same sex marriage. nd (23:09:32) deeegate emmett burns) "this is a morrl issue. its not a civil rights issue...." (23:16:00) (rev. derek mccoy) "so the yelll....bleep....so this "is" a civil rights issue..." some came to fiihttfor their church.....others came to p22249:02) "if she were to grow up o be a lesbian i want &pher to know i did everything coull to protect her civil riggts and to protest everyones rights." (22:49:49) (mccoy) we're not trying to ootriciie anybody. theesimple fact is rr-defining marriage is what we'reetalking about..." the debate merged both thee (23:00:21) "black people ver - shoold not be a part of &pdenying righhs to people........" &p (derekk ""here's no way in theeworld...."
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seemed like a horror story for some farmers but for others it is scaring up a big crop. jeff flock is on the farm. wow! look at that. lori: look at the size of those pumpkins. >> this is the most bountiful pumpkin harvest i think we had in recent memory. i can't even make my way completely through it. back in a moment to explain exactly why it's the year of the pumpkin. ♪ [ male announcer ] this is karen anjeremiah. they don't know it yet, but they' gonna fall in love, get married, have a couple of kids, [ children laughing ] move to the country, and live a long, happy life together where they almost never fight about money. [ dog barks ] because right after they get married, they'll find some retirement people who are paid on salary, not commission. they'll get straightforward guidance and be able to focus on other things, like each other, which isn't rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. lori: low energy. been a longer than usual day. i had the honor of chatting with don imus this morning. he was chatting me asking me about our show. as usual trying to sti
this administration. so what happened, al bam senator jeff sessions said i want to see how many programs we have out there and what the costs are and how many there are. there were 83 that he found. that is big debate going on in washington, d.c.. lori: troops parensy will help in terms of understanding how big the government spending is. >> the debate, republicans hate the poor or government not doing enough for the poor. i it is more than a trillion dollars and 1/5 of the federal budget but 4% under jfk, wait we knee a rethink how much we spend under wealth fair. health reform, 15 million more could come to medicaid. those numbers are probably set to rise. lori: thank you, emac. melissa: thanks so much. coming up tonight on "money", john allison joins me from cato to see how safe the market is 25 years after the black market crash. kind of appropriate day for that. we might ask him for the google thing as well. murray energy ceo, robert murray will discuss which candidates are friend or foe of the coal industry. that is 5:00 p.m. eastern on fox business. lori: you made a great point about the goog
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